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Definition of Anas querquedula

Anas querquedula
Garganey Gar"ga*ney, n. (Zo["o]l.) A small European duck (Anas querquedula); -- called also cricket teal, and summer teal.

Meaning of Anas querquedula from wikipedia

- binomial name Anas querquedula. A molecular phylogentic study comparing mitochondrial DNA sequences published in 2009 found that the genus Anas, as then defined...
- The genus now contains 31 living species. The name Anas is the Latin for "duck". The genus Anas was introduced by the Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus...
- regarded as Aves incertae sedis. "Anas" velox (Middle–Late? Miocene of C Europe) – anatine? May include "A." meyerii "Anas" albae (Late Miocene of Polgárdi...
- in 1775 under the binomial name Anas formosa. A molecular phylogentic study published in 2009 found that the genus Anas as then defined was non-monophyletic...
- animalium as the anas parva ("small duck") among his querquedulae ("teals"); Ulisse Aldrovandi had called it phascade or querquedula minor ("lesser teal")...
- name in 1964. Cacharel is named after the local name of the garganey (Anas querquedula, a small duck) in the Camargue (cacharel, standard French sarcelle...
- bird species that can be seen in Wilpattu are the garganey (Anas querquedula), pintail (Anas acuta), whistling teal (Dendrocygna javanica), spoonbill (Platalea...
- AccountCornell Lab of Ornithology Cinnamon Teal photo gallery at VIREO (Drexel University) Interactive range map of Anas cyanoptera at IUCN Red List maps...
- northwestward to Western Oregon. Some ducks, such as the garganey Anas querquedula, move completely or partially into the tropics. The European pied flycatcher...
- Ocean (Anatidae: Anas)" (PDF). The Condor. 98 (1): 1–9. doi:10.2307/1369501. Retrieved 2012-12-23. BirdLife International (2016). "Anas marecula". IUCN...